Unisa is the largest open distance learning institution in Africa and the longest standing dedicated distance education university in the world. We enrol nearly one-third of all South African students.
Making the decision to study at Unisa is an important one. Are you sure that you are ready for distance education? Have you chosen a career? Try to answer these questions before you apply for admission.
Undergraduate & honours degrees, undergraduate higher certificates & diplomas, postgraduate certificates & diplomas
Who should register?
First-time successful applicants and returning students starting a new qualification
If you are a first-time successful applicant, you may have applied for admission to two qualifications. If you received confirmation from Unisa that you have been successfully admitted to both qualifications, you must now select and register for one qualification.
If you received confirmation from Unisa that you have been successfully admitted to one qualification, you may only register for the approved qualification.
Should you wish to change to an alternative qualification, please apply for the alternative qualification during the next application period. You must register during the prescribed registration periods to study through Unisa during the 2015 academic year.
If you are a re-registering Unisa student, you must complete and submit your registration form for the 2015 academic year during the prescribed registration periods.
2015 registration dates & times: online, self-help, post & fax
|Online, self-help, post & fax||Registrations open||Registrations close|
|Semester 2 modules||17 June 2015||10 July 2015|
|Official Saturday open||4 July 2015|
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